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You Cha

By Lisa Wallin

One of the first Chinese tea speciality shops in Tokyo, You Cha opened in Omotesando back in 1997, but has recently had a mini facelift, giving it a fresh new look. The original idea was to change the perception of Chinese tea in Japan – 20 years ago, there was a lack of knowledge in Japan about Chinese tea, and most of the types sold were not high quality. Today, the shop offers 80 varieties of Chinese and Taiwanese teas as well as distinct Japanese teas.

Average Price: Lunch ¥3,000 Dinner ¥12,000

Address: 3-5-14 Kudanminami, Chiyoda-ku

Website: www.byakko.link/index.html   

Tel: 03-3261-5872

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